My travels bring me in to a wide variety of settings across a range of industries. I may be photographing an event, portrait or party one day, then a product line the next. I can also find myself analyzing processes within a small business or large-scale enterprise. I’ve recently been spending some time on a construction … Continue reading Are You Putting Best Practices To Work In Your Business?
In the summer of 2001, I hit a deer en route home from from a newspaper job - and shared this essay online via my own website. Soon thereafter, protests at a local FORD dealership prompted my editor to send me over. In the interest of full disclosure, I send him a link to this … Continue reading Time Capsule. Automotive Mayhem, 16 years later.
On Tuesday, with a cancelled gig on my plate, I took a walk through the near-deserted streets of Brooklyn, NY. Stella, though downgraded from its “Blizzard” status, had resulted in the closure of the CUNY Brooklyn College campus, where I was booked for a series of programs. Citywide, schools made the decision early Monday to close … Continue reading “Stella…” or “A Streetcar Named Parked.” or “(Just) Do the Right Thing.”
Originally Published on on LinkedIn, January 9, 2017 Obstacles to Success Series Part 1 “Love a Forest … know some woods.” From a short poem by a parking enforcement officer name Jim whom I met nearly 20 years ago while working in the city of Kingston. Without thinking about it even a little, … Continue reading Bad Carma